Combining a “beautiful location,” “excellent” professors, “small class size,” and a “helpful” administration, Fort Lewis College offers a “quality education provided in an intimate learning environment coupled with an outgoing and outdoor community.” “The professors are wonderfully talented, and many are over-qualified for their positions.” Why do such accomplished professors come here? “Durango attracts really high-end professors even though it is a small town because it is so beautiful and so many people want to live here.” Professors bring a “well-balanced mix of instructional styles as well as academic, life, and career advice.”
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